I have been having problems with psoriasis in my left ear canal, only one ear seems to be affected, so I am hopeful this will not spread, I always felt like it started after swimming in the lake last summer, although my ENT could not confirm that opinion.
I have had an ear infection from the problem, had my ear drum "vacuumed" and been prescribed steroid drops for the condition and the condition is still present. I put hydrogen peroxide in my ear, and it fizzed like a volcanic eruption! I keep thinking it is bacteria, and I feel like I have a little critter in my ear!
The only thing I can think of to do is an internal candida, parasite cleanse, I have had candida internally in that ear before and a cleanse has helped me break up congestion, vertigo and problems with allergies, (I never had any problems with allergies until the last several years.) I have read that an overabundance of candida can be a source when it come to psoriasis. After a cleanse I also advocate consistent use of a good probiotic, to keep the good/bad bacteria, at proper levels in our system. A lot of what is diagnosed as "age related," is just an imbalance in our bodies. What do you think?
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